Never-before-seen treasures held inside the New York Public Library’s safe were put on display at a glamorous dinner hosted by Chanel Fine Jewelry last night. Scheduled to be on permanent exhibition in 2017, the New York Public Library’s research collection includes over 45 million items; think rare books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, prints, ephemera and more. The Library displayed a sampling of these treasures, including the notable Gutenberg Bible; Vladimir Nabokov’s teaching copy of Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert; and an engraved silver and brass friendship ring presented to Irish novelist, poet, and playwright Oliver Goldsmith by dictionary compiler Samuel Johnson in 1767. But of course, all eyes were on the head-to-toe Chanel 2016 looks worn by the those lucky enough to attend. Click through for some of the evening’s best outfits.